Date of Award
Master of City and Regional Planning (MCRP)
Planning and Landscape Architecture
Dr. Clifford Ellis
Dr. Mickey Lauria
Latinos are changing every aspect of the country: food, culture, music, sports, television, employment, politics, and our cities. The Latino population in the United States has been a growing demographic group in the last decades; it is predicted that it will be the largest minority in the United States in the very near future. As this minority group continues to grow, it will intrinsically change the face of our neighborhoods, schools and environments. It is important for developers, government agencies, and planners to understand the implications of Latino growth, their social needs, and settlement pattern to plan accordingly for the future.
Matute, Glenda Y., "Latino Design Guidelines: Placemaking for the Emerging Latino Community" (2010). Master of City and Regional Planning Terminal Projects. 24.
Additional FilessuppFinal Design Guidelines.pdf (12080 kB)